Zero sugar added in this Premier Cru Champagne, 100% Pinot Noir.
This white and black champagne is appreciated by connoisseurs and will also please novice champagne lovers.
That's the best way to describe the 2012 Célestynka cuvee, which bears the same name as Céleste, the daughter of the current winegrowers who was born that year.
For which occasions should it be served?
This champagne is not a liqueur, which makes it perfect for a tasting. It can also be served simply as an aperitif.
We recommend serving it with oysters or shellfish.
Aspect: Light straw-yellow color with a deep pale yellow reflection, fluid and satin-like appearance, fine bubbles and persistent rim.
Nose: Notes of biscuits, apricot, honeysuckle, honey, apple, cherry, quetsche
Palate: Supple and fresh attack, backed by a fine apricot acidity. Clay minerality that gives patina and texture. A melty finish with fresh, sparkling crispness.
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The vines of this family House founded in 1948 now extend over 6.5 hectares on the Reims mountains and are exclusively classified as Premier Cru.
Eva and Sébastian are the third generation of André Chemin winegrowers, following the creation of the brand 70 years ago, under which the family markets its champagnes.
Located a few kilometers south of Reims, in the small village of Sacy, this family champagne House quietly maintains the traditions that have been developed and tested over the past 70 years.
Year after year, the André Chemin House pursues its quest for perfection through the seasons and the harvest, bringing improvements and novelties in the blends when the need arises and when their passions dictate it.